The preparations of the Sharjah team for the new season witnessed five variables represented in the presence of a new board of directors for the club headed by Ali Salem Al Midfa, and the formation of a football company board headed by Abdullah Al Ajlah, succeeding the previous council headed by Mohsen Musabeh, next to the club's renewal of the national coach Abdulaziz Al Anbari for the next two seasons, in addition to Cape Verde player Ryan Mendez suddenly left for Al-Nasr club, after about two seasons with Sharjah, and the club's ranks also witnessed changes in the administrative team of the first team, represented by the departure of the team manager Abdulaziz Mohammed, the administrative Ali Mohamed, and the appointment of a new director for the first team, Ahmed Mubarak, And a new manager is Saud Al-Dokhi. The club also recently signed a contract with Hatta Darwish Mohammed goalkeeper, Al-Wahda player Khaled Al-Dhanhani and Al-Dhafra player Khaled Bawazeer.

Sharjah had launched its training, last Sunday, on Subfield No. 4 in Al-Hazana in the context of its preparations for the new season, and has performed fitness training after a period of stopping playing since March 15, while the club confirmed, in a statement, that all special examinations With "Corona" that was performed for players, the technical, administrative, and medical staff came negative.

For his part, Salem Hadid, the legal advisor and former international player in the national team and the Sharjah club, stressed that the main problem of Sharjah lies so far in the absence of an explicit striker since the departure of the Brazilian striker, Wilton Suarez, to Al Wasl last season and the team's dependence on the young player Mohammed Khalfan.

Hadid told Emirates Today: “The club’s move to sign citizen players is a good thing, but the most important step in my estimation is that it was necessary to start contracting with a striker, especially since there is a vacant slot after Ryan Mendez’s departure.”

The 5 new variables

1- The presence of a new board of directors, as well as a new board for the football company headed by Abdullah Al-Ajlah.

2- Renewing the contract of the team coach, Abdulaziz Al-Anbari.

3- The departure of Cape Verde player Ryan Mendez to victory, after about two seasons spent with Sharjah.

4- Sharjah signed three new players, Darwish Muhammad, Khalid Al-Dhanhani and Khalid Bawazeer.

5- Making changes in the administrative apparatus of the first team.

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